The picture show it on garlic bread which isn't raw. I just added the photo so you could see what it looks like.
My husband named this "catfood" after we had some young men in their 20's volunteer to come help with some landscaping work we were doing. They came and helped for a few hours and we fed them a vegetarian meal. They never had vegetarian lasagna let alone a whole meal vegetarian. When Randy passed the bread he quickly grabbed the "sesame spread" as we always called it and renamed it that moment to "cat food". So ever since then it's been cat food. Not sure what the young men thought. They use it on their bread. If you like garlic, this packs a punch! I don't have a recipe for it, I just throw it together. The bread isn't raw but I had to add this for you all to try. I cook vegan for my husband and our children and I eat raw so they find ways to use my created foods. This cat food has become their spread for garlic bread while I use it for sauce for wraps.
This is my FIRST raw recipe! Today I was really craving guacamole, so I whiped this together in about 10 min, maybe less. I just looked around the kitchen to see what I had and, voilà!! I am eating it and making a mess of it as I type!
I had to use up some things in the fridge and came up with a deliciously creamy dip with quite a bite! I used it as a base for lettuce wraps and topped it with black beans, sliced yellow pepper, sliced mushrooms, radishes, and a few pine nuts. So good.
Submitted by emilyjayne on April 3, 2009 - 11:42am
This is a super quick, easy dip/spread. This could be served as a veggie dip, or as a dressing (add a little water to thin.) You could add a little nutritional yeast to the radish dip for a cheesier flavor. I would love to eat this as a sandwich between two slices of raw onion bread, lettuce, brandywine tomato slice, grated carrot and sprouts. Yum!